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The MMA Hour: Episode 386 (w/Holloway, Wanderlei, Faber, Lauzon, More)

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00:13:00 — We'll recap UFC Fight Night: Auckland and talk other MMA news.

00:27:30 — Ray Borg will discuss the drama surrounding the next UFC flyweight title fight.

00:48:35 — Mike Winkeljohn, Holly Holm's head coach, will preview her fight against Bethe Correia on Saturday morning.

01:07:43 — UFC veteran Joe Lauzon will discuss his recent visit to Reebok HQ, as well as a trip to Iraq.

01:35:30 — Urijah Faber will break some major news regarding the future of Team Alpha Male.

01:58:50 — Wanderlei Silva will preview his Bellator NYC main event against Chael Sonnen.

02:18:30 — Max Holloway will look back on his UFC featherweight title victory over Jose Aldo last week and ahead to what's next.

03:00:00 — Ric's Picks and MMA news talk.

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70 thoughts on “The MMA Hour: Episode 386 (w/Holloway, Wanderlei, Faber, Lauzon, More)

  1. Holy crap, the UFC have Lauzon whipped. That interview was something else. He doesn’t care that they get 0% of the $100m a year TV deal, what am I watching?

    1. I couldn’t believe the delusion he was spitting regarding the fighter shorts?! Hahahaha. No way do Reebok shorts look better than the array of shorts we were treated to before.

    2. +MrDylanHole they actually don’t make that much. But the point is that these UFC fighters are going in and taking damage and as such they should be compensated. Athletes in other organisations have a much bigger share in the revenue, and a top 10 contender in boxing makes way more than a top 10 UFC fighter. Plus they can bring in their own sponsorship, which usually more than whatever Reebok pays them…

  2. MVP talking smack about Paul Daley pulling out of wanting to fight him. That hilarious since MVP is the pull out King himself by pulling out of 7 Bellator fight cards. They are Bellator 82, Bellator 90, Bellator 102, Bellator 109, Bellator 134, Bellator 151, and Bellator 179. And Paul Daley has fought Rory MacDonald, Douglas Lima, Nick Diaz, and Tyron Woodley, while MVP has fought ……?

    1. RODNEY P Pulling out 7 times already in that short of a career span is pretty god damn ridiculous haha. I think they should fight because I don’t think there’s a better option for either right now plus I think it’d be good for Bellator, but obviously MVP has no room to talk.

    2. +Nick Stewart I think MVP vs Paul Daley would be a good headlining fight in London, but Bellator can’t trust that MVP would actually make it to the fight with his history of pulling out of Bellator fights.

  3. borg just talked himself out of a title shot and joe lauzon is a straight up shill. dj is the realist guy who risks his job to stick to his principles while borg thinks he’s more marketable. i dgaf who dj faces, but wouldn’t mind him doubling down to wait for the first shot at cody when he returns instead of tj.

    1. I was a huge proponent of the DJ/Borg fight, then Borg tried to throw DJ under the bus and trying to buy good will with ufc saying if ufc closes 125 it’s his fault and he doesn’t “trust” DJ. He was campaigning for a fight with you! He wasn’t trying to get more money for a TJ fight. Borg says he doesn’t necessarily want a title fight right now. And he criticized TJ for taking a last minute replacement fight when Barao fell out. So you’re saying him “saving” card and being a company guy isn’t the right thing? It’s either-or, you can’t have it both ways. That did, however, lead me to look back at his record again. He came to ufc and lost his first fight, won 2 against a guy who lost 2 in a row in ufc, one in a smaller promo and since has seemed to have retired. The other guy went 2-2 and was cut and hasn’t fought since last year. Both guys relatively old for the sport. He then missed weight and “won”, so by his logic 2 guys are retired, those shouldn’t count, he missed weight, so that shouldn’t count, made weight and lost to Scoggins, missed weight and “won” against Smolka and beat Formiga. So basically, in ufc, going by his own logic, he has ONE legitimate win! He really doesn’t deserve a title shot. He’s just lucky the flyweight division is so thin, that’s the only reason he’s ranked as high as he is. It seems like every other top 10 guy is already booked or DJ just beat them, so Borg kind of made sense, now with TJ barking, as much as I don’t care for him or his two-faced tactics, if they pay DJ, I’d much rather see that fight and I don’t care if Borg ever gets a title shot and I’m not really interested in ever seeing him fight again.

    2. well dj originally wanted pettis anyways and i wouldn’t mind him fighting moreno. idgaf who he fights as long as he gets paid, but i don’t want to get my hopes up for the ufc to pay him enough to face tj so i wouldn’t minded seeing borg get destroyed too.

  4. 00:00 start
    28:20 Ray Borg
    49:11 Mike Winklejohn
    1:08:14 Joe Lauzon
    1:35:57 Urijah Faber
    1:58:20 Wanderlei Silva
    2:17:03 Max Holloway
    3:02:37 New York Ric

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    1. no, I agree with Ariel. They had personality. That being said, I don’t think Nike or Under Armour could possible make a more plan uniform. They’d make a kit people might want to wear casually

    2. I agree the Uniforms have started to really grow on me, a little variety in design would be nice but I rather this than go back to jokers in Bermuda shorts and tassels.

  5. First off coach Wink, Cyborg hasn’t tested positive for PED’s since 2012 so stop insinuating that she still uses. Fighters like Alistair Overeem & Jon Jones are fighters or have been fighters that you’ve trained and they have been popped before for PED’s. – The Bellator card at MSG is good, but I worry. The NY State commission is strict. I wonder if Silva or Sonnen will have any issues with PED’s or anything else. – – Max “Blessed” Holloway vs Frankie “The Answer” Edgar will be a great fight. – – What’s next for Derrick Lewis? I say Derrick “The Black Beast” Lewis vs Andrei “The Pit Bull” Arlovski would be a great fight.

    1. her body is forever changed as her current physique is not natural. She was pumping drugs into her body for close to a decade. No fight with Cyborg is a true fair fight.

      Still glad she popped Magana though…

    1. Hate the new Youtube are you a psychologist or something? That’s just what you’re reading into it and your assuming it’s fact. You’re making it sound like Joe has a gun to his head, he didn’t need to come onto this show at all.

    2. Jakob Jas did we not just watch an interview where a fighter basically encouraged the UFC to keep taking money from the fighters ? He just said he’d be okay if the UFC signed a mega TV deal and didn’t give a penny of it to the fighters ? What kind of person in their right mind would say this ?

    3. Hate the new Youtube if that’s his view then that’s his view. I might not agree with it but I don’t automatically assume he’s pressured into saying it. UFC fighters aren’t some singular entity with the same views. In terms of ‘taking money from the fighters’ I’m not sure what you mean. If you’re saying the fighters should get a cut of the TV deal then that’s a nice idea, but not the standard in sports.

  6. Justin Gaethje’s headlining on International Fight Week and will get a whopping 2.5k from Reebok. Yes it’s his UFC debut but think about that for a second

    1. My point is someone of Gaethje’s status should get more than 2.5k. It doesn’t make sense that a headliner gets a mere 2.5k from Reebok for wearing their stuff. The truth is millions all over the world will be watching the fight. American based MMA media always focus on US ratings/numbers and understandably so but ppl seem forget there are a lot more MMA fans all over the world who watch UFC cards. A lot of eyeballs on their product and they are paying headliner 2.5k? It’s pretty ridiculous to me

  7. Holloway: “MMA is the hardest sport with fans wise, I think”
    True, but u know why Max? Because most of them are simply not knowledgeable enough to appreciate fighters. How many fans actually go the gym and actually try and train or spar? In contrast, how many fans of tennis, golf, soccer, basketball etc actually play their sport at some level (beginner, intermediate, advance or whatever level). Fans of other sport know their sport a lot better than MMA fans know MMA. Most MMA fans don’t even exactly know why switching stances could confuse your opponents. Many still don’t understand the importance of underhooks. They don’t even understand the basics of striking and grappling. Until MMA fans know better, fighters will always be under appreciated. Sad truth

    1. it does nick esp wen u can do better than the ones u critisize…. thats a wrong type mentality. Kopxpert i fel u as a retired mma fighter n hardcore fan n coaching now, its clear these fans either dont know or dont care how hard the way of life is

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